Cross-Platform Unity-Powered Shooter Brick-Force Unveiled
Build once, deploy for many different devices, in other words, cross-platform development. That’s one thing that most developers would want to strive for especially when there are huge but disparate markets such as iOS and Android devices. Berlin-based Infernum is one of the latest game studios to jump onto the cross-platform bandwagon with its upcoming online-shooter, Brick Force.
Built using Unity 3D, this comic-style online game will be playble directly in the browser thanks to the Unity 3D engine and is a co-production from the Korean developer EXE Games and Infernum. The sandbox mode, in which players use simple building blocks to construct complex environments, can be played on social networks and mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.
Today’s in-game trailer shows a range of various game modes. Features such as the classics “Capture the Flag“, “Deathmatch“ or the “Defusion“ mode in which bombs are planted, defused, and defended bring explosive entertainment into the user-generated maps.
“Brick-Force will provide gamers with a varied and comprehensive game experience across multiple platforms such as PCs, tablets and smart-phones,” says Andreas Weidenhaupt, CEO/Founder, Infernum. “We are building a strong community ahead of the closed beta launch – and we can´t wait for the beta to start and to see the first maps of the fans.”
Brick-Force goes live in Spring, but fans can register for closed beta access at the official website www.brick-force.com to build, share and play.Powered by Sidelines
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